• March 10, 2023

Woman Killed in 18-wheeler Accident at I-10 & Dell Dale in Houston, TX

Houston, TX -- March 10, 2023, a woman was killed due to an accident involving an 18-wheeler along the East Freeway.

Harris County officials said that the incident happened at around 3:30 a.m. in the area of I-10 and Dell Dale Street, just off Sam Houston.

Woman Killed in 18-wheeler Accident at I-10 & Dell Dale in Houston, TX

Right now, details are limited. Authorities said only that "two vehicles and an 18-wheeler" crashed along eastbound lanes. A woman involved in the crash was apparently ejected from one of the vehicles and died as a result. It's unclear if there were other injuries.

I don't necessarily expect to see full details this soon after a deadly truck wreck, but is there anyone who witnessed this incident or locals that could shed light on what happened? One would think a serious 18-wheeler wreck would get more attention, but perhaps authorities or media outlets feel like this isn't a high priority—maybe both. I have no doubts there's a family out there that would disagree. Even if we in the public don't get clear answers about what happened here, are steps being taken to get that family the answers they deserve?


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